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Creating an invoice

As soon as I create an invoice it reads over due.

There has to be a simple fix I'm missing.

Anyone?

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Best answer September 03, 2020

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Community Champion

Creating an invoice

That's what happens when the due date is set to the invoice date.

 

In turn, that happens when you don't use Terms or when the Terms item you are using is not actually set up to actually push the due date into the future, despite what it may be named.

 

 

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Community Champion

Creating an invoice

That's what happens when the due date is set to the invoice date.

 

In turn, that happens when you don't use Terms or when the Terms item you are using is not actually set up to actually push the due date into the future, despite what it may be named.

 

 

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